FACT: Featuring a Curren$y verse on your song improves its quality by a minimum of 700%. Okay, so maybe I made that number up, but I still stand by my statement. That being said, Mac Miller’s newly released record Cold wins just off the Spitta feature alone. Fresh off the release of his DJBooth-reviewed mixtape Macadelic, Miller’s not finished delivering the goods from his repertoire. With a solid production assist from The Cool Kids’ Chuck Inglish, Cold is a suitable selection for your next smoke break. And with 4/20 being only two days away, you might want to include this on your “Let’s Get Blown” playlist. This record isn’t attached to any confirmed forthcoming project, so don’t get your hopes up for a Mac Miller and Curren$y collabo project just yet. But be sure to check out Curren$y’s new single, What It Look Like, featuring Wale from his upcoming album, The Stoned Immaculate, due out June 5, and levitate to this joint in the meantime.
Written by Stephanie Vaughn on 04/18/12
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